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A stopwatch or count-up timer is a precision counter that measures the amount of time between its activation and deactivation.
Although it is thought that the first device known as chronograph today was invented by Jean-Moyes Pouzai in 1776, the official records show that the chronograph was first presented by Nicolas Mathieu Rieussec to the French King Louis-Philippe in 1821 to be used in horse racing. The first modern stopwatch was produced in 1869 by the famous Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer.
The stopwatch starts recording the time when the start button is pressed. When the process being measured is completed, the stop button is pressed and the elapsed time is saved. Then, the stopwatch counter can be reset by pressing the reset button.
Stopwatches are frequently used in a variety of sports activities, including running, cycling or swimming. However, the use of stopwatches is not limited to sports activities. Many other tasks that need to be tracked and utilize a stopwatch as it can provide information such as split or lap times to help determine the quality of the performance.
A stopwatch is used to measure or count the time elapsed during any activity, such as racing, while a timer is a device that runs for a certain time and stops running at the end of that time. To summarize, a timer can be defined as a countdown timer while a stopwatch is a count-up timer.
Online Stopwatch is an easy-to-use count-up timer that allows you to start a stopwatch to measure elapsed time in hours, minutes, and milliseconds.
To use Online Stopwatch, you must first press the “Start” button. You can record the elapsed time by pressing the “Pause” button when the process you time for is completed, or you can record lap times without resetting the elapsed time by pressing the “Lap” button.